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Old 11-08-2019, 12:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Slow day at work so I love reading about fishing and watching some fishing videos to prep my self for the weekend trips! Stumbled upon Blake he was out at Antero the other day fishing came across his videos he took his sister out to fish which was awesome Of him since she canít really cast out there because Of mobility issues. Though Iíd share some awesome family moments:

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Iím going out for some lake trout from shore? Just curious anyone know of that shore bite is now or later in November?
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A flailer dude I know got a 14lb laker from shore at Granby the other day. Streamer.
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A flailer dude I know got a 14lb laker from shore at Granby the other day. Streamer.
Excuse my naive fisherman question but what is a flailer? And I will be going to Granby and Williams Fork for the weekend.
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Flailer = Fly Fisherman.
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Flyrod = Flailstick
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Flyrod = Flailstick
What would I do without you urban dictionary fisherman I feel like I should have known that.

Yea you won't see me using a fly rod for a laker, I LOVE fly fishing but for lakers, walleye, bass I like to use a reel and rod and be in control of my catch.
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I got the big skunk at both Williams Fork and Granby from shore. Williams Fork was like glass any no wind and about 8 feet lower, I had one little laker chasing my tube jig and Granby was about 5 feel lower with light wind.
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